NVIDIA has been promoting its GeForce NOW service for some time, which offers a wide range of titles to be played via the cloud from any PC and Mac. Now, this service officially reaches LG smart TVs, having a large library of games available through an app.
The service will be available from this week on LG TVs with webOS operating system, and the manufacturer will soon offer a list of all compatible smart TVs.
The app arrives this week in beta on the most recent TVs
GeForce NOW will be coming to LG TVs in beta, which can be found in their TVs’ own LG content store. For the moment, it will be 4K OLED, QNED Mini LED and NanoCell televisions from 2021 with the webOS 6.0 operating system that will be compatible with the said application.
Its features include the ability to enjoy a large library of games via a compatible controller. To do this, you will need to be subscribed to some of the GeForce NOW plans:
Free subscription: access to the standard platform and up to one hour of play per session. Priority: Premium platform, priority access to servers, session up to six hours and up to 1080p and 60fps. (49.99 euros every six months or 9.99 euros per month). RTX 3080: Premium platform, access to servers with RTX 3080, sessions up to eight hours and up to 1440p and 120fps of performance. (99.99 euros every six months).
You can find the total list of games compatible with the service through this link. From its library there are over 35 free games. To play the games, we need to have previously purchased them from platforms such as Steam, Epic Games, Uplay, GOG, etc.
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